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Filling the gaps to complete the picture

In the latest column from the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), member services director Jonathan Finney looks at the completeness of the data being...

Challenging times, changing behaviour

As the NHS turns 75, it also faces pivotal questions on how to increase capacity in the wake of the backlog and continued rising...

Choice, commitment and safety

IHPN CEO David Hare looks back on a busy month for the sector as it becomes increasingly clear independent healthcare providers will play a...

Seasonal trends in cosmetic procedures

In the latest column from the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), healthcare data analysts, Amna Talat and Josh Vaughan, and graduate healthcare data analyst...

100 Not Out

As the Independent Healthcare Providers Network (IHPN) celebrates its 100th member joining, chief executive David Hare reflects on the growth and maturity of the...

The big picture

In the latest column from the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), analytics manager Pooja Rupalia-Seyani shares detailed national and regional data to provide insight...

A budget for healthy growth?

As a former Health Secretary and Health Select Committee chair, the Chancellor might have disappointed on cash injections and workforce planning for the NHS,...

Insights from the PHIN website: boosting industry transparency

Alistair Moses, communications manager at the Private Healthcare Information Network (PHIN), looks at how the PHIN website is providing a clearer picture of the...

Quality & safety: a time of transition

This year is set to usher in a major reorganisation of how safety and quality in healthcare are reported, learned from and managed. IHPN...

What’s in store for independent healthcare in 2023?

Despite the economic and political upheavals of 2022, IHPN’s Annual Industry Barometer showed its members remain positive about the prospects for independent healthcare 2022 proved...